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Daily Archives: July 6, 2022
“The Purge” meets “The Handmaid’s Tale?” July 29.
What an interesting niche Paul Walter Hauser has carved out for himself. Whatever else he’s played as an actor, a universal character we might call “Person of Interest” dominates his resume. From “Richard Jewell” and “I, Tonya” to his new … Continue reading
“True story,” the cusp of the 19th century, Dahomey, a power in pre colonial Africa, an Oscar winning star, a sometimes good director needing to redeem herself after that Netflix bomb “Old Guard,” this September 16 release looks promising but … Continue reading
Movie Preview: Bale, Margot Robbie and Rami, Anya and DeNiro and Chris Rock star in David O. Russell’s “Amsterdam”
A November awards season contender from a marquee director. Think it might be good?
That Menace 2 Society TikTok has created another distraction that’s birthing a mini-uproar. Teens are dressing up in suits and ties and the like and showing up, “Men in Black” attired, to “Minions: The Rise of Gru.” They’ve created an … Continue reading
Who doesn’t love a good hoax? The audacity, the cheekiness of the hoaxer, losing yourself in the question of whether or not you’d have the nerve to try “Inventing Anna,” to attempt becoming “The Phantom of the Open,” much less … Continue reading